On Money Talk Xtra this week, hosted by Peter Lewis, we tackle the issue of debt. Henry Chan, Centre Supervisor at the Healthy Budgeting Family Debt Counselling Centre of the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals provides advice on steps to take if you are overburdened by loans, outstanding credit card balances and debt. Jimmy Lam will try and help family businesses get on a sound footing. He spoke to Professor Joseph Fan at The Chinese University of Hong Kong and Money Talk Xtra listener and owner of the Gala Café Sandy Mak about some of the challenges facing family businesses in HK. Allan Lee, Director of the Legacy Academy provides some advice. And in our investment segment we'll take a look at the risks and rewards of investing in emerging markets with Professor Edwin Lai at the HKUST Business School.
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This Sunday morning at 8.30 Jarrod Watt returns to go bush once again and share with you more great music from his home land. Downunder Uncovered is a journey into Australian music as well as the musicians around the world who love it so much... they’ve done their own versions. Each week the veteran music journalist and broadcaster will take you on a journey into Aussie genres of music you might not know existed, and on alternate weeks you’ll hear from the likes of Bowie, Springsteen, Cash and other renowned names, with their take on classic Aussie songs. (Sundays, 8.30am -9.00am) Produced by Phil Whelan.
Voters have gone to the polls in the first round of the French Presidential election. At the time of writing the polls are suggesting a tight 4-way race between far right leader, Marine Le Pen, leftwinger Jean-Luc Melenchon who decried bankers as "parasites" and centrist Emmanuel Macron. Centre right conservative Francois Fillon is also in the mix. With just 2 candidates going through to the second round there is the possibility of no main stream party in the final round of voting for the first time in postwar France. Joining Monday's Money Talk to look at the impact on the French economy, the business sector and France's future in the EU are Alex Wong of Ample Capital and Professor Jean-Pierre Cabestan, Head of the Department of Government and International Studies at HKBU. We shall also catch up on the other main business news from over the weekend. Ben Cavender of the China Market Research Group in Shanghai provides an update from the mainland. (8am-8.30am, email to firstname.lastname@example.org, text to 63 93 59 25 )
On Monday's Backchat we talk about the French Election. As results from the first round are fresh in, what do we make of the voting, and what are the issues? Will the election be make or break for the EU? What impact have recent terror attacks had? After 9.20, protecting the Man Mo Temple. (8:30-9:30am, call in on 233 88 266, email email@example.com or text 6393 5925)
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